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Home Cooking In Taiwan

Host Christopher Kimball travels to Taipei, Taiwan, where he learns about the classic flavors and ingredients in Taiwanese cooking from Chuang Pao-hua of the Chung-hua Culinary Teaching Center. Chris also visits the Raohe Street Night Market, one of the oldest in Taipei. Later in the show, Chris meets Kun-Yin Cheng of the Shin Yeh restaurant, where he changes his mind about the pleasures-and pros-of wok cookery. Back at Milk Street, Milk Street cook Matthew Card shows Chris how to make Taiwanese beef noodle soup, and Milk Street cook Josh Mamaclay demonstrates how to make a quick weeknight spicy stir-fried cumin beef (Hunan beef). To end the show, Chris and Milk Street cook Bianca Borges apply the techniques Chris learned in Taipei to make three-cup chicken.

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Secret S of Oaxaca

In this episode, Christopher Kimball and Milk Street Cook Matthew Card prepare a warm and filling Oaxacan Green Mole with Chicken. Milk Street Cook Catherine Smart then makes Oaxacan Refried Black Beans, a staple at Milk Street. Finally, Gonzalo Guzman of Nopalito in San Francisco stops by for a Milk Street Visit. He teaches Chris how to make a hearty Pozole Rojo.

  • 2020-06-10T03:30:00-07:00
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From Morocco to Egypt

In this episode, we explore cuisine from Morocco to Egypt. Milk Street Cook Josh Mamaclay prepares Lemon-Saffron Chicken (Tangia), a rich dish originating from Marrakech. Then, Milk Street Cook Bianca Borges teaches Christopher Kimball how to get the perfect balance of acid and spices with a recipe for Cumin-Coriander Potatoes with Cilantro (Patates Mekhalel). Lastly, Milk Street Cook Matthew Card cooks up Spicy Egyptian Eggplant with Fresh Herbs, an oven-friendly version of a dish that is typically deep-fried by street vendors in Cairo.

  • 2020-06-17T03:30:00-07:00
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The New Australia

This episode is all about the "new" Australia. With heavy influence from the flavors of Asia, Milk Street Cook Matthew Card prepares Miso-Gochujang Pulled Pork. Christopher Kimball then teaches us how to make a Milk Street pantry staple, Miso-Ginger Dressing. Lastly, Milk Street Cook Erika Bruce makes Roasted Cauliflower with Miso Glaze, a warm and rich way to upgrade weeknight veggies.

  • 2020-06-24T03:30:00-07:00
    KCET-HD